Former gay olympic swimmer
Five-time Olympic swimming champion Ian Thorpe has revealed he is gay in an interview on Australian television. The year-old told British journalist Sir Michael Parkinson on Channel "I've thought about this for a long time. I'm not straight. Thorpe had previously denied he was gay and wrote in his autobiography 'This Is Me' that he was heterosexual. Australia's most decorated swimmer has suffered from depression and was in rehab earlier in the year.
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British swimming world champion and Olympian Mark Foster comes out
Ian Thorpe: I'm gay, says former Australian Olympic swimmer - BBC Sport
He is best known for winning the gold medal in the metre backstroke at the Summer Olympics. He also hosted the first season of How It's Made , a Canadian documentary series, in Tewksbury was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal Civil Division in for being a "motivational speaker and a gifted athlete. He competed at the Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, and won a silver medal as a member of Canada's relay team.
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It is a cold and beautiful morning in Hertfordshire and, from the converted barn where he lives, Foster can look down at the little river below where two swans lead their cygnets in a stately paddle. Telling half-truths and not being my true self is only hurting me. Gareth Thomas and Tom Daley led the way.
I concealed my emotions. Nearly 2, athletes from 88 countries gathered in Sochi, but only seven of them were out , according to the LGBTQ sports site Outsports. Of these seven athletes, not one was American, and all were women. Now, nearly four years later, Fennell is one of three publicly out male athletes competing to qualify for the Pyeongchang Games. He is joined by figure skater Adam Rippon and freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy, who came out publicly after winning the silver medal in Sochi.